Texas man wins Bay to Breakers Men’s Elite division

A Texas man won the Bay to Breakers race Sunday morning in San Francisco, according to event organizers.

Isaac Mukundi of Grand Prairie, Texas, took first place in the Men’s Elite division with a time of 35 minutes and 23 seconds.

Jane Kibii of Auburn won the Female’s Elite division with a time of 40 minutes and 47 seconds, event organizers said.

The race began near The Embarcadero around 8 a.m. and finished at Ocean Beach.

The race dates back to 1912 and is considered one of the largest footraces in the world, attracting some 50,000 participants and more 100,000 spectators annually, according to event organizers.AuburnBay to BreakersGrand PraireIsaac MukundiJane KibiiOcean BeachTexasThe Embarcadero

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